The nursery are doing a topic on birds and they have a bag of bird seed that will last a whole year.
Also they made bird food balls and this is how you make them you get: bird seed, bread crumbs, bread crusts and water. The crows try to steal the food but they can’t because the birdhouse that they made it too small for the crows to fit in. They have also bought new bird feeders.
At Joint Sessions with P1/2 David Wood from the RSPB has been working with the children and he came into the school to tell them about birds and went bird watching around the school grounds with the children.
Since the weather has been horrible they weren’t as many as they had hoped. They saw lots of geese in the field and lots of Black Hoods Crows.
Have you ever noticed the little triangles on the bottom of plastics for recycling? The Pre-5 children and P1/2 have been investigating a recycling bag to see which numbers were in the greatest number. Here are their results.
Our second attempt at making recycled paper, at the Pre 5 and P1/2 joint session, produced a much nicer looking paper! And the wee ones loved sloshing about in the paper pulp!
At the Pre-5 and P1/2 joint session the children were learning about recycling. They sorted materials and decided which could be recycled. They looked for the triangular recycling marks on the plastics and discovered lots of different numbers – because there are lots of different types of plastics. These can all go in our pink recycling bags at home!
Our fantastic sunflowers, planted by P3/4 last session have finally collapsed in the wind…..but the Pre-5 unit have saved the heads and the birds are now enjoying sunflower seeds for lunch!